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ambulance to john muir medical center. >> and that highway patrol officer is critically wounded. suspected shooter killed in a shoot out on interstate 6 80. good evening i'm dan ashley. it was a terrible scene throughout today. let's get the latest on the story right away. lisa is live tonight at john muir medical center with the latest on highway patrol man condition. lisa? >> we are in fact learning more about the officer's condition. officials tell me that he is in critical condition and on life support at this hour. the officer family and friends have been coming by for the past self hours. spokesperson from the chp told us that they were escorting close family members to the hospital to be by the officer side. this chp still will not reless his name but we have learned that he has been with the chp for seven years. he spent the past 5 years working out of the contra costa county office martinez. he is the father of 4 and he is very
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loved. >> great individual. super individual. man of faith and support encouragement to those around him and family members. just hearing the stories that i did tonight it goes along with just the kind of guy that i know. pishtion law enforcement agency we have seen a steady stream of officers in uniform. still the parking lot here at the medical center and told someone will stay with the officer through the night and he will never be alone. back here live now the chp spokesperson said the officer family is coming in from all over northern and southern california and they of course are having a very hard time with all of this. but they do want to say that they appreciate all the support that they have gotten from the public and from other officers tonight. live in walnut creek,
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lisa, abc 7 news. >> okay lisa thank you. >> now this incident began with traffic stop on south bound interstate 6 80 at 8:20 this morning. see it on the map. investigation lasted all day long. closing the freeway for hours while officers used any means necessary including taking pictures from a fire crew ladder truck to document the evidence down on the roadway. as vick lee explains, there are still a lot of question about his what happened out there. more than 12 hours after the shooting. >> there are many unanswered questions one of them why was the officer car parked in front of the suspect jeep. normally they pull up behind cars they stop but the officer car did have one device that may help investigators answer some of these questions. >> we do have some dash cam video that we will analyze to see exactly had a happened. >>reporter: chp withholding the officer name but told reporters he's based in the contra costa county field office in martinez. >> he was taken to john muir
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medical center by ambulance and he is said to be in critical condition at this time. >>reporter: shooting happened at about 8:20 this morning in alamo near the la verne road exit on south bound interstate 6 80. investigators say the exchange of gunfire occurred after the officer made a traffic stop on a jeep. second chp officer and another patrol car also on the scene. here's sheriff's spokesman jimmy lee. >> first officer did make contact with that driver and shortly there after the driver pulled out a gun and shot at that officer and then the second officer discharged his weapon. >>reporter: that second officer fatally wounded suspect. chp says a passing driver called 911 saying an officer needed help. chp units and emergency medical crew then rushed to the scene. here is a portion of the radio communication between chp dispatch and responding office officer. >> nobody else.
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>> 10-4 description of the sub suspect or anything like that? >> negative. he just said officer down. i have been trying to call him no response. >>reporter: both the officer and suspect taken to john muir hospital. suspect died there. >> this was kind of tale end of the morning commute and there was a lot of traffic going south bound on 6 80 and as it happened there were a number of eyewitnesses who remaepd on scene. >>reporter: the highway was empty while investigators from numerous agencies the chp, sheriff's department and the district attorney's office gathered evidence and set autopsy crime lab under the blue tent canopy. at one point police were lacking for female driver of black nissan they thought perhaps another car was involved. but as it turned ou out, they were wrong. the suspect who died acted alone. vick lee, abc 7 news. well as you have heard here the investigation that this shoot out caused big traffic tie ups in the alamo walnut creek area all day long. people spent hours in their cars. corrina with what
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drivers faced all day. >> should video from sky 7 hd gives you an idea of how bizarre the traffic disruption became on 6 80. big rig turned around in the middle of the freeway. and this on ramp to northbound 6 80 at die ab lo road became an off ramp. >> we had to because we sitting there for lick 2 hours. >>reporter: how weird coming off the ramp. >> weird. better than sitting there. >>reporter: freeway closure on both direction near la verne made the back to work commute a nature mayor that left thousands of people frazzle. >> i have been in traffic for 2 and a half hours and i'm like stressed out. this is my pit stop. almost ran out of gas on the way to work. >>reporter: danville a parking lot as drivers trying to good north got off on 6 more valley or die ab lo road exit and tried to make their way through downtown. trucker especially found themselves in a jam. >> not even supposed to be her here. this is like a no truck
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zone but we are all taking a chance because there's nothing else we can do. >>reporter: many right now that was corrina reporting. stay with us for the very latest on the investigation into the chp officer shooting. we'll vup dates on our web site abc 7 and of course on 7 news at 11:00 on channel 7. let's move on now. believe it or not there was a bad accident on 6 80 today as well. car fire had tires exploding. tl she also called 911 when she saw the whole thing happening at olympic boulevard downtown walnut creek around 10:15 this morning. driver had no idea his car was on fire. another driver jumped out and pulled him to safety. flames apparently directly underneath his seat. besides the tires the battery also exploded and car really badly burned up in the end as you can tell but everyone is okay. >> san jose firefighters who suffered a heart attack while
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battling a church fire showing significant signs of improvement tonight very encouraging. department spokesperson tells us that frank ryan is awake now and talking with family and freb. he's still listed in critical condition in an intensive care unit but obviously this is naws lot of people have been waiting for. many of ryan co-workers have been by his side since he collapsed last thursday as crew put out a fire at saint patrick's cathedral. >> switch gear and talk politic. first nature of the dnc. first lady michelle obama finished speaking less than an hour ago and gave a heart felt speech explaining why america needs to port her husband she believes here's the highlight. >> i know from experience that if i trawl want to leave a better world for my daughters and for all of our sons and daughters, if we want to give all of our childrenal
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foundation for their dreams and opportunities worthy of their promise. if we want to give them that accepts of limitless possibility, their belief that here in america there is always something better out there, if you are willing to work for it, then we must work like never before. and we must once again come together l. [applause] and stand together. [applause] for the man we can trust to keep moving this great country forward. my husband, our president, barack obama. [applause] thank you. god bless you. god bless america. l. [applause]. >> first lady bringing them to their neat charlotte, north carolina. white house sent out this image of president and sasha and malia watching michelle obama give her speech
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tonight. now the other big speaker this evening the mayor of san antonio, texas gave key note speech. a lot of people are not familiar with him but after tonight that certainly will change. >> when it comes to getting the middle class back to work mitt romney says no. when it comes to respecting women's rights mitt romney says no. when it comes to letting people wlov they love and marry who they want to marry mitt romney says no. when it comes to expanding access to good health care mitt romney says no. actually, actually, actually actually l mitt romney said yes and now he says no. governor romney has
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undergone an extreme make over. >> julianne castro remind many people of another young energetic graduate of harvard law school president obama who was propelled to prominence by his key note speech 8 years ago at the democratic convention. now abc 7 news political reporter mark matthews is in charlotte. he has more on tonight convention over on channel 7 at 11:00 o'clock. you can get instant update as well from mark by following him on our facebook page. mark also tweeting at matthew abc 7. >> as we continue here tonight only in san francisco has ever been more true. coming up. government steps in to save a plant so rare that only one is believed to be growing in the wild. we have that story. >> plus falling flat on your face book. who desearchs the blame as the stock for the social media giant hit another low? >> i'm expense are christian in the accu-weather forecast center. our post labor day tl
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work about to fade a little bi bit. details in my forecast coming up. >> also ahead. health woe of green indicate singer force the band to abruptly cancel concert overseas ah. fire bad! just have to fire roast these tomatoes. do you churn your own butter what? too? this is going to give you a head start on your dinner. that seems easier sure does who are you? [ female announcer ] new progresso recipe starters. five delicious cooking sauces you combine with fresh ingredients to make amazing home-cooked meals. ♪ ambiance [ female announcer ] new progresso recipe starters. your head-start to home cooked.
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we'ratheand join us this and i'm worshweek, will you?e ofe a. >> financial debt topped 16 trillion dollars for the first time. chronic government deficit piled more than 50,000 dollars worth of debt on to federal ledger for every man woman child in the united states. while that number goes up, here's another number to talk about going down. price of facebook stock fell to yet another record low today. it closed at 17 dollars.sfaechlt off almost 2%. stock slide provoked a storm of criticism to over who is to blame. david take as look. >> there noise question that if you fwhot stock on the i p o you are not happy ripped off and think that someone should pay the price. >> if a is book was to be a poster child for resurgence thanks to social media. jubilant mark presided over the i p o in may at 30 dollars a share but the stock has been a dud close daing at record leof 17.73. that's a drop of over
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53 percent in just over three months. or a loss of over 50 billion dollars in value. "new york times"and forbes doing some serious finger pointing. forbes blames ceo mark while the times zero in on facebook chief financial officer david. forbes san francisco bureau chief eric says it's unlikely ceo will be the fall guy. >> if the street hates having the cf o in most cases. investors don't like the uncertainty that comments with a change in the chief financial officer. >>reporter: facebook turned down a request for comment. facebook users say they see shortcomings too ranging from the finances to its popularity. >> they have the revenue but what really does facebook have beside all this data? i'm not convinced they figure out how to monitor that information that they have. >> i think it is kind of losing the luster but i doubt that, that we are currently where the
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stock is going to affect the common user. >>reporter: whoever is at fault facebook issues will impact the rest of the valley. >> certainly create a lot of nervous needs in the market and when the investor is nervous won't invest in new company. has-taken the social networking area once a hot property and put a cloud over it. >>reporter: facebook may choose to be silent for now but faces public scrutiny when the earnings comes out next month. this is da abc 7 news. san francisco shrub under federal protection. francis can manzanita was thought to be ex timingt until one was found. it's currently on the ground of the presidio. fish wild life service today listed the plant as endangered species and working with conservation partner to make the plant flourish once again. >> well in san francisco it is back to class again for the students of our lady of the visitation school they have been out for a week as of today
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because of massive sink hole and flooding that forced the school and convent to shut down abruptly. 7 news reporter was there as the doors opened again. >> i'm just glad the school is open. thank the lord and hope everybody is safe. healthy enough for the kid to attend school for the day. >> we are happy that kids would be back to school now, you kno know, and everything is okay. school is like him if so it's great. >>reporter: week ago and just two days that the new school year disaster. massive sink hole at the corner of sunny dale and coral sent water flooding into this school and convent. sda the streets are fixed and so is most of the school. >> smells like a new car. great inside and looks beautiful. >>reporter: principal 0rourke says the entire school has been recarpeted and all of the desk have been sanitized. but the gym is another story. out of
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commission indefinitely. >> inner city school. the kids rely on the gym. walk from here right over there to go to our gym now we don't have a gym to prosecute for sports or game. >>reporter: convert suffered the worst of the damp. displacing 4 91 s who live there. >> p uc says it was 42 inch main that broke and part of newly renovated system but still investigating the cause of that break. in san francisco, abc 7 news. moving on to weather was. reporter depend on tips forecast looks pretty good. >> yes. some of the warmer more summer lake heat from the inland area will start to dissipate over the next few days but remain nice an mild and mostly dry. l mostly. here's east bay camera over in emeryville. things are looking good over there. a little moisture in the air. haze pick
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up there but the lecloud and fog are pretty much cop typhoon to the coast line right now and mainly clear around the bay inland. you can see the image of the fog pressed up against the coast line and moving locally across the coast and north bay there. right now mainly clear skies and temperature readings of 72 in san rafael. 55 in san francisco. 63 oakland. 74 over antioch. 61 if san jose. these are the highlights. partly cloudy overnight. see mix of clouds sun tomorrow quite a bit of sun tomorrow and slate chance of thunderstorms looks like that may not happen if at all for thursday now. overnight tonight. low pressure mainly low to mid 50' 50's. cooler in the north bay valley down to about grave at napa and 50 at santa rosa. here's what is happening in the at 'fear. still have this dry air aloft. you can see on our image in the color orange. showed you this yesterday and continues today. we have this
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developing weak low pressure system offshore and the circulation will pull moisture up that the bay area. the source of, sources of which are the 2 l tropical systems what was tropical storm ilianna and topical storm john, former ts. 2 have proud nice stream of moisture pick up by the flow around the low pressure system moving correctly at hair. what does it men for the weather. forecast animation starting 11:00 o'clock tomorrow some moving into the bay area. if conditions just right by thursday we could see a thunder shower or 2 isolated not very severe but it could happen. mainly dry though as i said today. next 7 days. certainly dry tomorrow sunny sky in south bay high pressure in the low mid 80's, 82 at santa clare, 84 campbell, 83 san jose open the peninsula high of 74, san mateo 78. palo alto upper 50's on
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the coast at pacifica and a half machine bay. downtown san francisco high of 66 tomorrow. 60 in the sun set district. north bay mainly 80's. low mid 80's. 83 at santa rosa. 86 calistoga. nearest bay 72 oakland. 75 san lae andro. 79 castro valley. high right around or just above 90 degrees warmest renal of the bay area tomorrow. monterey bay relatively cool near the bay. 60's to 70 mild inland 80's and morgan hill gilroy. accu-weather 7 day forecast we'll see temperatures taper off on thursday to upper 80's inland and by friday in a pattern of mid 80's inland and mid 70's around the bay. upper 50's the coast and warm-up mopped ex week. >> it's nice. >> looking good. >> as we continue. silent heart attack. millions have them and don't even know it. how to tell if you have had one how to tell if you have had one and prevent from it happening
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>> green day front man armstrong out of the hospital and back in la following a medical scare. he told tmz his voice is completely g.o.p. watch this. >> in test of like rock theate theater. not like. >> that's the wrong clip unfortunately. green day was supposed to my a show in italy this weekend but the group had to cancel when armstrong was rushed to the hospital. i think in the clip we wanted to show you he gestured to reporters he couldn't talk because his voice was gone completely. some speculate just a way to avoid answering reporter questions we don't know. that was the clip today when he gestured he couldn't talk. >> mean time them performed with the group star ship died from an apparent heart attack. he was apparently just finishing a performance in
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nebraska when this happened. he had been with the band since 2000. group hit include we bit the city of course and nothing is going to stop us now. he was 46 years old. >> there is health news about silent heart attack. those are the ones without chest pain. according the the a new study in the journal of the american medical association researchers found 17 percent of seniors over the age of 68 have had one of these silent heart attack and having one means you are 10 times more lakely to have a heart problem in the future. symptoms may as mild as nawtion a-dizziness light headedness unexplained fatigue. no pain. that's why it's deceiving. always tell your doctor about the symptoms to see if you need further test done on your hear heart. >> more to bring you on 7 news at 9:00. fighting the good fight. coming up. as fir danger ramp up in southern california, that region brings out the big guns. >> traveler frustration ratchet up. is the tsa adding yet another security check at the
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airport? we have the latest. >> florida casino gets dealt a bad for over 60,000 california foster children, having necessary school supplies can mean the difference between success and failure. the day i start, i'm already behind. i never know what i'm gonna need. new school, new classes, new kids. it's hard starting over. to help, sleep train is collecting school supplies for local foster children. bring your gift to any sleep train, and help a foster child start the school year right.
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few resident were evacuated over the weekend and the flames now appear to be burning on uninhabited land. firefighters rely on retardant drop, cooler weather and calmer wind in order to get a handle on the fire. very dramatic shot of air tanker dropping flame retardant. 15 percent contained at this point. >> los angeles got a big boost to fight its fire. robert explains. jeans. >> 1600 gallon of water delivered on demand. that's the advantage of the so-called super scooper aircraft. and for the 19 year in a row a pair of the planes are in los angeles just m time for fire season. >> no metropolitan fire department in the world has the fire fighting aircraft capability that los angeles county does. >>reporter: at news conference in van nice today la county officials announced the arrival of the planes which are on lease to the county from the canadian government. the county also leases an erickson
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sky crane helicopter capable of dropping 1800 gallon of water. here from september to december at cost of 5 million dollars. >> we hope for the best but we are prepared for the worst. having these firefighting aircraft here gives us the confidence that we can attack just about any fire. >>reporter: when it kilometers to fire on state land the california budget has taken a toll. this can dump 12,000 gallon of retardant. cal fire has to cut 80 million dollars over the past two years. so this year it is having to share the dc 10 with u.s. forest service which means it might be used elsewhere even as a fire burns locally but even with cuts at the state level, cal fire still has the largest fleet of firefightersing aircraft in the nation. county e prepared for whether could be a dangerous year ahead. reporting from van nuys,
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robert, abc 7 news. it seems tsa agent four testing drink purchased inside the airport for possible explosives. federal transportation agency is now deploying staff to test bench purchased by travelers after they were screened at the security check point. this video airport in columbus, ohio up loaded by passenger to you tube. it show twos tsa agent canvassing a departure gate asking people at random to submit the bench to a swab tes test. the pwevrms were purchased inside the terminal. and in the process of being enjoyed by the passengers. >> the 2 year anniversary of the deadly san bruno pipeline explosion is this sunday. lawmaker and blast survivors gather today for progress report. heather was there. >>reporter: 8 of the 38 homes destroyed by fire have been rebuilt. 13 more are in the works. pg&e owner 3 lots and city owns 5. uncertain what will happen with those and
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remainer. >> what we will do is going forward we are still not sure. might be open space and maybe there will be some building on it but we just wanted to get those out of pg&e hands. >>reporter: there ace tug of war here between wanting to move on and wanting to never forget. >> 8 people died here. 8 people died here. right where you are standing. >> i don't trust anybody any more. like pg&e i used to trust them. walk over those little yellow dot and think nothing of it. now i see one of the truck and unfortunately i just can't even look at them. >>reporter: number of legislative reform have been made since the explosion disaster revealed long history of safety lapse at pg&e. assemblyman hill has 3 bills waiting for the governor signature. all of them would require the p uc to take greater responsibility in holding pg&e for the her form answer. >> it's our responsibility to hold pg&e and public utility commission and lawmakers accountable for ensuring the
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safety of gas pipe lines that run bay neevt our homes. >>reporter: pg&e says it has no ption of any of hillbillies but is making changes under the leadership of new ceo tony early. >> our goal is to become the safest operators in the nation. we know we have a long way to go until we get there but we won't stop until we get there. >> i think they are moving in the right direction but pg&e lost its way before. it lost its way for the last 20 years. make sure they don't lose their way again. >>reporter: the city is holding an event to mark the 2 year anniversary on sunday from 5 to receive at the san bruno city park. this is abc 7 news. >> stick around because just ahead we have a report on the unusual art of lip sync. ♪ [ singing]. >> really wild. performance >> really wild. performance artist who brings joan crawford
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>> notorious truck trafficker known as the god mother of cocaine is dead. 69-year-old woman died in hail of bullet killed by a motorcycle riding assassin as she walked out of a butcher shop in columbia. at her peak in the 70's and 80's she shipped a ton and a half of cocaine every month into the u.s. >> russia is telling the executives they can not claim tax deductions at home for bribes paid abroad. in a statement the government says this. expenses incurred while committing legal violaons including providing bribes or kickbacks are not recognized for the purposes of tax assessment. if you can believe. that statement part of russia obligation as new member of the global
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anti-bribery organization. you can see they are doing quite well. >> well we are about to show you a performance like you have probably they ever seen before. artist goes by the name lip sync a. don sanchez explains why. >> you will be gone soon and i will be glad. i despise you. >>reporter: the voice of joan crawford. dynamic interpretation by lip sync a. under the wig eye liner and lip gloss is john. >> to me joan crawford is one of the great icons of the 20th century. because she represents the best and the worst of the american dream. i'm fascinated by her contribution. >>reporter: on stage they lip sync a real crawford interview like mommy dearest talking about her children. >> they have a choice of what present they want next. birthday in october. he still
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has opened his present. >> it's funny but we don't have to work very hard for it to be funny because she is so unintentionally amusing. >>reporter: 30 years ago ever since he saw the first drag performer and knew what he wanted to do. he created lip sync a. he left jackson, mississippi for new york. led to off broad which show and then san francisco. back in the 90's he performed at club in the castro called the juice joychbility it received great aclaim, national recognition now performing in clubs around the world. l. >> i haven't done anything wrong. >> i haven't really been to acting school, don. serve just figured this out myself. >> on september 17 the glamor will go. he will just be himself playing piano singing telling stories. >> i have hung on to every bit of rubbish there is to hang on to in life.
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>> this san francisco, abc 7 news. >> as we continue tonight we just get some new information. just get some new information. new information abo
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>> we are just getting new information about this terrible tragedy on highway enter state 6 80 in the east bay that started at 8:20 this morning. you are looking at sky 7 pictures of what happened. highway patrol officer shot and critically wounded. the gunman who shot him was ultimately killed by authorities. now we have just heard the identity of this highway patrol man critically injured. his name is kenyon young strom, highway
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patrol officer from fairfield. critically wounded not expected to survive at this moment. he's on life support. this all started early this morning. result traffic back up lasted all day and into the evening. but again we have just identified the highway patrol officer so badly wounded in this freeway shooting, shoot out really, shots exchanged, 37 years old from fairfield. more to come on this as we learn more about this highway patrol officer on abc 7 news at 11:00 over on channel 7. bring you tomorrow more information on who he is. let's go back now and update the weather forecast. spencer is here. >> we will start with one of the most interesting time lapse video i have seen in a long time. this afternoon from our high definition east bay camera in emeryville lack at the marine lower flowing in, roaring in. rolling in. vigorously from the coast. didn't make it very far across the bay this afternoon. flow over parts of san francisco and just sort of fizzle there. but
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it was interesting to watch. also how about our summer spread today from high of 56 at pacifica to high of 71 at oakland to high of 92 inland at fairfield. a 36 degree spread between the coastal high pacifica and inland high fairfield. typical this time of year. usually 40 degree range or more. tomorrow summer spread in effect. not so wide as today. it could be close. we'll see a little fog at the coast tomorrow. high pressure at the coast mainly in the mid upper 50's. see some 60's, 66 san francisco, 66, 70's right around the bay up to 79 the palo alto across the bay, yuchb at fremont. 83 san jose and low 90's in our inland east bay location 92 at fairfield, 92 at livermore and 91 antioch up in the north bay yes at santa ros rosa, into clover dale and 94 at clear lake. but we will see temperatures tapering off after to. few extra clouds start to move in tomorrow the afternoon a little sub tropical moisture up from the south. may fought play a big role in our weather tomorrow but it could produce a
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couple isolated thunderstorms on thursday. here's accu-weather 7 day forecast. tomorrow day much like today. then on thursday sub tropical moisture works its way up here we mit see a couple of widely scattered isolated afternoon thunderstorms. high pressure start to taper off a little bit on thursday then friday through sunday we see inland high only in the mid 80's and 70's around the bay. upper 50's on the coast. monday of next week start to warm-up again to 90 degrees in the inland location but great looking 7 days ahead. if we have a thunderstorm or 2 mate make things interesting tomorrow. >> we always could use a little rain. thanks very much. >> casino in florida. watch this. early yesterday a massive floor to ceiling burst. crack followed by water 13,000 gallon salt water aquarium. the deluge has temporarily closed 2 floors. wad news for the owner of the casino even worse news for the fish larry.
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>> really bad. >> really lost out big time. >> bad news for the owner. it's a craze for the fish. but in the casino. what are the odds of something like that happening. probably could have gotten odds on. that million to 1. in sports the giants put themselves in position for another come back win that means they fell behind again tonight. late inning drama tonight. late inning drama ensues. sports is
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>> coming up tonight 7 news at 11:00. team coverage on the shooting of chp officer kenyon yuck strom that i reported we have just now got his identity. we are going to give you more information on who he was or is rather as he is on life support and also we will tell what you we have learn about the gunman who was killed at the 16. all of that at 11:00. also uc davis announces settlement tonight with students who were pepper sprayed last november, remember. those stories and a lot more on 7 news at 11 of of on channel 7. hope you can join us then. mr. beall is here with all -- you told me
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something funny. it's bruce lee night. >> pajama a and. >> lots of martial arts. >> pajama a? oh. my old sen say would be very disappointed. >> kick you through the glass. >> exactly. oh, my goodness. pajama a he says. start with the baseball. very funny. giants are on a roll with all drastically mat ick come back wins. the problem is that if you are really good you shouldn't be falling behind every game. right? giants needing rally time again against arizona as i mention bruce lee night at the park. even this lack out. he has no shirt on dan. shredded the kid was. ryan i don't know what is going on with him but the struggle continue. 2nd inning. opposing pitcher kennedy single to right. more trouble for the third. mcdonald. 2
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runs and d-backs on top. in the fourth the first pitch to hill. gone. arizona up 6-2. all for bogey. 3 and third allow 6 runs on 9 hits. rally in the fifth. the baby giraff giraffe. launches 2 run blast off kennedy. kayak time. belt fifth. closes the gap at 6-5. sandoval knocked in the tying run. it's 6-6 and they are in the 7th inning. a's and angels bounce back from yesterday los loss. jacket. all filled with emblem there. supporting the a's. pitcher dual until the angels score if the fifth. off parker. angels up 1 nothing. parker allow 2 runs in 7 innings. gets him in the seventh. brandon the escapeth. a's dow 2-1. angels add to
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the lead in the eighth. double to laugh off doolittle. building on the lead. then single to shallow center on pitch up in the zone. l angels now leading 6-1 this the 9th. a also's fall back into a tie with baltimore and l college football. alabama win over michigan has them past usc that beat hawaii and top spot in the poll this week. stanford won but they lost ground also in the rankings did you know to 2 25. barely clinging to a spot atop 25. cardinal they had a squeak we are san jose state. 20-17 on friday night. life after andrew luck could be a little bit bumpy. stanford 21 in the pre-season pulse and drop 4 spots after beating the spartans. now the defense gets a huge boost this saturday because senior linebacker shane
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is returning. he sat out the opener against san jose statement serving one game suspension for off season dui. hasn't played since tearing the acl in left year achlingt he says he's ready to go saturday against duke. >> i adrenalin going on just being excited to be back i couldn't even imagine. it will be the last thing on my mind once i'm out there. >> you can't replace his game day energy. his game day fire. his emotion. what he to game day you can't replace. that i'm excited to see it. >> they need it for the run defense. still grum bling about the gelleden bearless to nevada 31-24 here. this is not the way you open a new stadium. coach touch held out quarterback zack for most of the first quarter. this was disciplinary move because of what was reportedly a missed tutor session. may have cost cal the game actually. the bears trying to bounce back.
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host southern utah this saturday. hears the coach. >> last year i was watching one of the games against vegas. they blew out vegas, 40 something to 6 or something like that. so they have some talented players on their team. >>reporter: cal can not lose to southern utah. that simple. rain delayed most of the matches at the u.s. open including roddick and martin who did manage to squeeze in some first set action and then the skies opened up once again in new york. tennis players hate getting white the ball. check out roddick return that the chest. come have some. also not happy playing in the rain. wiping the court. himself. ball boy. i'll do it myself. first set. tie break. want it done right do it yourself. roddick didn't. rain came play suspended. on the women side one quarter final match completed. tl
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third set tie break here and overhead. even it at 5 all next point she takes the net court and then drop shot. no repeat for this. back hand and advances. wrap it one great play over the wean. triple a baseball. amazing catch. jason over the wall to rob l the grand slam but went for scranton. won the game 6-2 but still that was fantastic. >> that looks like something that should happen on bruce lee night. >> that's good one. >> can't make that happen in pajamas. >> thank you. thank you. it's a pg&e and belt. >> fitness and ka root rate. >> i'm still there. i'm dan ashley for all of us here, thanks for watching see you thanks for watching see you again in an hour over on
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dennis: we need to get some to get some leverage here. charlie: well, okay. just pull it. yeah, i'm trying to pull it, dude. dee: well, pull harder, dennis. if i pull harder, it's going to dig into his leg. don't yell at me, i just need to jam the shears farther down there-- well, then jam them in there! jam them in! pull harder, and i will! dude, you should get a doctor to do this. oh, look at me! the millionaire who goes to see doctors.

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